Award-winning chef tapped for Botanical feasts
Tulsa Botanic Garden will transport guests to Spain and Portugal for three flavorful food-centric events featuring chef Jamie Bissonnette.
James Beard award-winning chef Jamie Bissonnette
Tulsa Botanic Garden will transport guests to Spain and Portugal for three flavorful food-centric events featuring James Beard award-winning chef Jamie Bissonnette. All events benefit the Tulsa Botanic Garden, 3900 Tulsa Botanic Drive.
On April 26, the Passport Dinner gala will immerse guests in the cuisine of Spain and Portugal with a six-course dinner. Tickets are $1,500 per person.
On April 27, Viva la Vida! will recreate a nightlife scene in the cities of Spain and Portugal with guests perusing the many small-plate and libation experiences throughout the garden setting. Tickets are $250 and are limited.
From 1-4 p.m., April 28, The Tasting will explore the history, culture and cuisine of the Iberian Peninsula with discussions on sherries and wines, artisanal cheeses, oils and vinegars, cured meats, markets and how to think like a chef. Executive Director Todd Lasseigne also will share stories and tips for planting vegetables and herbs native to the area. Tickets are $65 for members; $75 for non-members.
Tickets are required for all three events and can be purchased at tulsabotanic.org.